Top New Bow Sights

Your sight should also be as bright as you need it so that you can easily see your pins in high light, low light, ground blinds during a foggy morning, and any other challenging conditions. This four-pin mover can be set as a standard, fixed sight or utilized as a mover where the bottom .010-inch pin can cover long-range shots. To account for varying light conditions, the RheoTech is built to allow you to simply twist the sight’s Rheostat Cover to adjust the FirePin’s brightness. A new diamond-shaped mounting bar promises extra strength and durability, while each RheoTech provides true third-axis adjustments in addition to offering micro-adjustable elevation and windage. This five-pin sight, which is also available in a three-pin option, is built with a new feature – Micro 1st Axis adjustment. Naturally, it also allows for second- and third-axis adjustment as well. Hoyt PRO XCEED Single-pin sliders find their way onto my bows a lot because they simplify the aiming process and allow me to dial into exact distances, which is something I prefer over gapping or holding pins high or low. Anyone interested in that style of shooting should consider Hoyt’s latest offering, the PRO XCEED. This sight comes standard with pre-printed sight tapes, is designed with machined-aluminum to be both lightweight and nearly bulletproof, and if you’re into a little bling on your bow – interchangeable colored sight rings. This system also allows you to check the exact distance of both pins no matter where the dial is set, and sounds like the ideal option for anyone who likes to call in bull elk or who might have a whitetail chase a doe at 20 yards and then suddenly trot back through at 40.

A good sight can make a big difference in how well you shoot. This starts with being fully — and easily — micro-adjustable. It should be bomb-proof(ish), and sport the amount of pins with which you’re comfortable. If it’s a mover, it should move simply, quietly, and so smooth that there isn’t a hint of clunkiness to it.

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Your sight should also be as bright as you need it so that you can easily see your pins in high light, low light, ground blinds during a foggy morning, and any other challenging conditions. Lastly, a sight should work with your shooting style. This is one of the great intangibles that can’t be understood until a summer — or season — of shooting.

Following are several new sight options for you consideration.

IQ Define

What do you get when you combine a premium five-pin sight with a top-notch, good to within +/- one yard rangefinder? The new IQ Define, of course. This single-unit system operates off of one-touch trigger activation so that you can range animals without having to reach into your pocket and risk getting busted. The Define is built to preserve bow balance and offer everything you’d find in a high-end sight and the best part is that it retails for only $380. This is a smoking deal when you factor in all that you get.

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IQ Define

APEX GEAR COVERT

A new design, complete with a detachable sight bracket, is the hallmark of APEX GEAR’s latest offering, the COVERT. This four-pin mover can be set as a standard, fixed sight or utilized as a mover where the bottom .010-inch pin can cover long-range shots. It is micro-adjustable for both windage and elevation, left-hand convertible, and comes with over 100 calibrated sight tapes that allow for precision aiming no matter your bow model or arrow speed.

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APEX GEAR COVERT

AXCEL Sights RheoTech

Choose from four-, five, and seven-pin options on the new RheoTech from AXCEL, which features one of the coolest new innovations out there. To account for varying light conditions, the RheoTech is built to allow you to simply twist the sight’s Rheostat Cover to adjust the FirePin’s brightness. A new diamond-shaped mounting bar promises extra strength and durability, while each RheoTech provides true third-axis adjustments in addition to offering micro-adjustable elevation and windage.

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AXCEL Sights RheoTech

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